We spent a lovely day with a friend and her boys at Stowe for the National Trust’s Cadbury Easter trail.  Luckily the day we’d arranged to meet up and go out was a lovely day. Warm, sun, blue sky.  Warm enough for N not to need his coat on.
We’ve been quite lucky every time we’ve been to Stowe and the weather’s been great. The only downfall on an Easter weekend was that it was packed with people doing the trail.  We did Waddesdon last year and it wasn’t anywhere near as busy.  This time we did get to see some areas we’d not been to before.
My Sunday photo this week was taken of N looking over the cascades and out over the lake.
Looking out over the cascades at Stowe - Bubbablue and me
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25 Comments

  1. We did a National Trust Easter Egg Hunt this year and loved it, though it was busy! Lovely photo #MySundayPhoto

  2. The weather has been so hit and miss here this weekend, we have even had hail and a bit of snow its been odd, but we have still managed a good long walk, this photo is gorgeous it looks like such a calm place x

  3. Weren’t you lucky with the weather? Looks like a lovely space. Glad you had fun with friends.

  4. I love it when the weather warms up enough to leave coats off! Gorgeous picture!

  5. Happy Easter! We were super lucky too choosing Friday for a NT Easter hunt. So glorious running around in the sun.

  6. It looks like a really nice place to visit. I’ve never been. Hope the Easter egg trail was fun for N (and you!)

  7. Great photo, we also went to a National Trust place for the Easter Egg hunt. Hope you had a great day.

    Happy Easter

    Thank you for linking up

  8. Just gorgeous, beautiful photo! It’s so nice to escape outdoors isn’t it and sunday was just glorious. Enjoy the rest of your Easter weekend x

  9. chickenruby

    lovely photo, shame everyone had the same idea but it does look tranquil over the lake

  10. It looks such a lovely place. And a beautiful photo. I love the way it’s framed by the arch. #MySundayPhoto

  11. Lovely shot. I wonder what N was thinking as he gazed out across the water?

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